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The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival from the interns' point of view

Posted by Michael Mulvey at 7:19PM

FLEFF present an assortment of activities on the IC campus: discussions, presentations, mini-courses, labs, research forums, readings, concerts and dozens of films. Here are the five that I am most looking forward to. I list them in chronological order.

Geographies of a Current Drug Crisis Monday

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Posted by Julianne Grillo at 5:14PM

Blog posting written by Julianne Grillo, Writing for Film, TV and Emerging Media ’20, Honors, FLEFF Blogging Intern, Clinton, NJ

FLEFF 2018’s programming schedule is officially live. These weeks preceding FLEFF Week are the perfect opportunity to get ahead on planning which events and screenings you are attending. Here is a list of a few off-campus events worth...

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Posted by Sean Murphy at 2:07PM

As hard as you may try, there simply aren't enough hours in the day to...

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Posted by Anna Bornstein at 2:15AM

Much to my dismay, you won’t be able...

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Posted by Anna Bornstein at 1:11AM

This years Finger...

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Posted by Michael Mulvey at 11:59PM

 

With so many great events in this year’s program, you probably won’t be able to go to everything that grabs your interest. Here are my top five, not to be missed events at Cinemapolis:

Kill Me Please- Barra da Tijuca, West Side Zone of Rio de Janeiro. A wave of murderers plague the area. What starts off as a morbid curiosity for...

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Posted by Alexandra Coburn at 10:00PM

This blog posting was written by Alex Coburn, FLEFF blogging intern majoring in Cinema and Photography with minors in English and Honors from Louisville, Kentucky.

 

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Posted by Alexandra Coburn at 8:56PM

Alex Coburn is a second-year FLEFF Blogging Intern majoring in Cinema and Photography with minors in English and Honors from Louisville, Kentucky.

 

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Posted by LeeAnna Campbell at 12:38PM

Blog posting written by LeeAnna Campbell, Writing for Film, Television, and...

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Posted by LeeAnna Campbell at 12:36PM

Blog posting written by LeeAnna Campbell, Writing for Film, Television, and...

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Posted by Michael Mulvey at 1:30AM

Written by Michael Mulvey

Elizabeth Miller MFA is a professor of Communications Studies at Concordia University Montreal as well as a documentary filmmaker. Her film The Waterfront was screened at FLEFF in 2007.

Miller describes her relationship to...

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Posted by Alexandra Coburn at 10:04PM

This blog posting was written by Alex Coburn,...

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Posted by Julianne Grillo at 9:48PM

Blog posting written by Julianne Grillo, Writing for Film, TV and Emerging Media ’20, Honors, FLEFF Blogging Intern, Clinton, NJ

Opera singers usually perform for audiences of twenty-five hundred. This Tuesday, they performed for just nine.

Coloratura soprano Elena Galván and lyric tenor

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Posted by Anna Bornstein at 5:28PM

Blog posting by Anna Bornstein, Environmental Studies and Cinema Photography 20', FLEFF Blogging Intern, Stonington, CT.

 

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Posted by Anna Bornstein at 4:47PM

Blog Posting by Anna Bornstein, Environmental Studies and Cinema Photography 20', FLEFF Blogging Intern, Stonington, CT.

 

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Posted by Sean Murphy at 4:01PM

Daniel Bates, opera tenor, always knew he wanted to be...

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Posted by Michael Mulvey at 5:40AM

Written by Michael Mulvey

"All art is a political act" 

Cloud Chamber Orchestra consists of Robby Aceto, Peter Dodge and Chris White.  An invitation to perform live, improvisational scores for silent film screenings at FLEFF led to ensemble’s formation in 2007. Their first public...

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Posted by Alexandra Coburn at 12:37AM

Opera soprano Elena Galván didn’t always...

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Posted by Andrew Hallenberg at 10:53PM

Blog posting written by Andrew Hallenberg, Film, Photography, & Visual Arts (BFA), Honors, '20, FLEFF Blogging Intern, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

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Posted by Michael Mulvey at 10:20AM

By Michael Mulvey

In studying social movements I often focus on how they share information. I ask what their forums for internal discourse are, how they generate consensus, and how they express themselves in the wider culture. For example, an important nodal point during the rise of the early 19th century labor movement was William Heighton’s 

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Posted by Sean Murphy at 10:34PM

Blog posting written by: Sean Murphy,...

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Posted by Andrew Hallenberg at 2:10AM

Blog posting written by Andrew Hallenberg, Film, Photography, & Visual Arts (BFA), Honors, '20, FLEFF Blogging Intern, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

 

How do you rediscover family history that seems lost forever?

For the audience of Reversing Oblivion, it comes in the form of discovering a lost estate, and the...

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